My post title is a representation of queues.. That of the longest one. Literally, and well, I might say figuratively as well -- to describe how tiring I have gone through this day.
As planned, we intended to be early as possible so we can get the first seat to a long-day queues of people who have either motives -- to apply for a passport and to renew their old one. But unfortunately, we didn't have the "earth" to where it's taking place. We only thought it would be held in the same place that we remember.
We waited for at least two hours but there's no sign of someone taking envelopes with them. Everyone were in their usual stuff at Robinsons -- shopping, eating, roaming around, window shopping, catching air-conditioned atmosphere. There's no single personnel preparing the venue where they will accommodate a large number of people.
Until we smell something fishy. Here isn't just the right place to be.We asked for the lady at the Information center and we found out that the agency moved to Convention center since there will be an affair in the afternoon.
We headed to Convention and just before we passed at the Freedom Park, I saw a big poster at the corner that says there's a Job fair and Passporting activity today at Convention. *Why haven't we read this earlier?!* We waited for a long time at the place we shouldn't be. And instead of getting the fresh seat just before they starts, we ended up queuing for at least hundreds of people ahead of us!
Yan ang aming napala. Di kase marunong magbasa! :D
Okay anyways, we did it. We're able to go through all the processes that we're ought to, and we're able to pass the different angles and forms of queuing. It was tough though. Especially of standing on your seat cause there's one vacant, sit and stand up again. It's tiring I tell you. Plus the different unpleasant noises and smell? Ow.em.ji. :/
At least we did it before it's time. At least for tomorrow, all we gotta do is to pay the certain fee and create a serious pose before the cam, and that's it! Wait for it to be released on November 25. WEEE! :)))))
Later tonight we'll gonna refresh at Sidlakang Negros Village (My sister, Ren and I).This is where different assets of our province are laid all over for tourists. Booths and delicacies were all before you eyes. Plus, Coco will be here tonight. Hope I can see him :)) Ayee.